Are Hypericum Berries Poisonous?


Hypericum berries are poisonous especially those that turn from white/green, to red, to black. Hypericum plants contain the phototoxin hypericin. After ingestion, hypericin goes to the skin cells where they get activated by the sun's ultraviolet rays causing skin problems such as serious sunburn, dermatitis or skin lesions.
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